Here they have a "1913" Touring car for sale. I think it's a shame to own something so wonderful yet be so clueless as to just exactly what it is and what it's worth. There's one born every minute so we'll see if any suckers out there bite.
Looks like a 1915 or 1916 to me.
Got'a have deep pockets for that T!
Currently it is listed as a 1915. I think the asking price is a little high but you can't blame a guy from trying, it the American way.
For the price you would think it would have Rocky Mountain brakes not breaks.
That's like home desperate (er was that depot) and their under coarse shingles they must not be rough enough(though that wasn't my impression from what I was seeing).
I had a little communication with the fellow when this was a 1913 car. I see the car has now changed into a 1915. Too bad my price discussion (and slightly lower offer) did not promt a change there!
I talked to him as well and he isn't very interested in selling the touring. Most of the time was spent telling me about his other car that he had listed.